Set I: Soulshine, What Happens Next, Love Is Da Shit, Positive, Do Ya Love > Every Single Soul, Yes I Will #
Set II: We Don't Mind, Stay Human, People In Tha Middle, Of Course You Can, 100,000 Miles, Speaking Of Tongues / Forever *, Feeling Free #, Bomb The World (acoustic) #, Bomb The World (dub version) #, Family Affair #, Radio Segment, Rock The Nation
Set III: Jam featuring Sherri & Leon, Crime To Be//Broke, No Woman No Cry, Sometimes, Happy New Year outros
Michael Franti - Lead Vocals
Radioactive - Beatbox, Vocals
Carl Young - Bass
Mannas Itiene - Drums
Dave Shul - Guitar
Kevin Choice - Keyboards
Sherri - Vocals
Leon Weir - Vocals
DJ Funklore - Turntables
// cut in the master recording
* Leon Weir
# Unreleased track
Artwork from freakyandfree.com
Shn'ed by Kevin Floyd
See EAC log for details of extraction.
Retracking/editing by matthew
This New Year Eve spectacular up in Mendocino begins with 70% of
Soulshine cut. The sound levels on d1 increase and stabalize after
about 15 secs.
It was a special night in Northern California. The highlights were:
Positve, the Yes I Will in which Radio does a classic intro, all the
solos in Stay Human, the Bomb The World dub, Leon Weir, Family Affair,
and the Jam to begin d3. Frankly, all of disc 3 is a gem, incredible.
Kevin and Leon really light it up and make it epic. Longest Sometimes
ever played. That night, Michael never seemed to lose a breath and
sang at his best. The band got onboard with the idea real soon, and
by the third song, Positive, it all gelled. Here you'll find them all
at their very best.
Sound: A- Show: A+
d1 t1 beginning is cut, levels increase after 15 sec.
d1 t2 high pitched loud feedback at 4:22:51, for 2 sec.
d1 t9 subsecond loud feedback at 0:10:20 (midnight NYE effects),
d1 t9 static at 11:34:37
d2 t3 sound levels get low at 2:02:00 for 10 sec.
d2 t3 eight small clicks at 6:43:70.
d2 t8 tiny bit of static at 7:39:00 and 8:55:46
d2 t10 static throughout the entire track.
d3 t2 2 sec cut at 17:47:52 in a beautiful organ solo by Kevin
d3 t6 outros have a few clicks and clunks